Liquidation sale of W.C. Wood Refrigerator and Freezers inside the Guelph, Ontario factory

It doesn’t sound like the W.C. Wood factory in Guelph, Ontario, will be coming back, despite the company being purchased by the Whirlpool Corporation.

Efforts are right now underway to liquidate all the remaining items at the factory at 5 Arthur St. including fully assembled freezers and refrigerators.  In addition to the appliances all equipment inside the plant will be sold.

The sale is scheduled to last for six weeks and is open to the public.

For more information see:

Former W.C. Wood’s workers hired for liquidation sale

Related Part Links

W.C. Wood Refrigerator Parts

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3 Responses to “Liquidation sale of W.C. Wood Refrigerator and Freezers inside the Guelph, Ontario factory”

  1. Phil Orobono Says:

    we’re looking for a small or upright freezer…possibly stainless steel fridge and maybe more…we will check out your sale on Sunday if open…imagine that alot of the good deals might be gone already if the sale started wednesday and most of guelph knew about it? Please advise.

  2. apwagner Says:

    Hi Phil,

    I have nothing to do with W.C. Wood, just a blogger, blogging about appliances, the appliance industry, parts, repair and whatnot.

    I am not sure what will be available when you get to the sale, but it is a liquidation sale, so I imagine that they will keep running it until everything is sold.

    For more information, read the Newspaper story:

  3. R.L. Armstrong Says:

    I am looking to purchase a 9 cu ft or larger (up to 20 cu ft) chest freezer

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